Originally called Teeze, these Pennsylvania rockers changed their name to Roughhouse prior to releasing their 1988 self-titled debut album. This was Roughhouse’s only release, a nice cross somewhere between Poison, Pretty Boy Floyd, and Killer Dwarfs. It’s an extremely rare CD, and tends to command a pretty hefty price tag on the secondary market. The band was dropped by their record label soon after its release, and the band members moved on to other projects.
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